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post #16 of 45
Here ya go!

Rhondas ultimate MMF



15 oz. mini marshmallows

2 Tbsp. water
1/2 tsp salt
2 tsp lemon juice (fresh or bottled)
2 tsp light corn syrup (helps w/ pliability)
1 tsp vanilla
1/2 tsp lemon extract
2 lbs (approx 7 C) confectioner's sugar, sifted
1/2 C Crisco or vegetable shortening



Grease microwave proof bowl w/ Crisco. Also grease wooden or
heat proof
spoon. Pour
marshmallows and water into bowl. Microwave for approximately
2 minutes
stopping and
stirring at 40 second intervals. Mixture should be soupy.

Take out of microwave and immediately add corn syrup, lemon
juice, salt
and extracts.
Stir well. Sift confectioner's sugar into mixture, one cup at
a time.
After approximately
5 cups, grease your hands well with Crisco and knead the
mixture in the
bowl. Add the sixth
cup and continue to knead. Now grease your work surface well
and turn
mixture out of bowl
onto counter. Sift remaining sugar, regrease hands, and knead
well.
If mixture seems soft,
add one additional cup of powdered sugar.

Shape into a mound and put a coating of crisco on outside.
post #17 of 45
Thank you!

Now, I just have to find a big enough microwave bowl...lol. This cant be done in the KA can it?
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post #18 of 45
I never have but some do. My KA is new so I didn't want to hurt it.
post #19 of 45
I have only recently used Fondant on my cookies and I will never use anything else again. I am a Satin Ice Fondant Freak. I love the easy way it rolls and I have never had any problems with it. I bought the new cookie cutters with the embossing mats and used the SI fondant to decorate them. I used the wilton cookie icing under the fondant as adhesive (just a thin layer). The cookies were great and everyone loved the taste. The cookie recipe I used was also a recipe with the new cutters. It uses cream cheese and is delicious. I have posted the pictures of the cookies I practiced on this weekend, so please have a look. icon_smile.gif
post #20 of 45
I'm not a fan of lemon but has anyone ever tried that recipe with any other flavorings and/or extracts?
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post #21 of 45
Here's the recipe for Rolled Buttercream (it's easier than MF because you can use the Kitchen Aide)

1 C Shortening
1 C Light Corn Syrup
1 tsp. Clear Vanilla
1/2 tsp. Salt
1/4 tsp. Lemon Oil
1/4 tsp. Orange Oil
8 1/2 C Powdered Sugar

Place Shortening into larger mixer bowl and cream on medium spped until smooth. While mixer is running, add Corn syrup, Vanilla, Salt, Lemon & Orange Oil and mix until well blended. Reduce to low speen and gradually add about 2/3 of the Powdered Sugard until a soft dough is formed. Turn mixture out onto surface dusted with powdered sugar. Knead in remaining 1/3 of the sugar. Continue kneading until buttercream is smooth. If it is sticky add more icing sugar, a little at a time. Chill for a few hours. Before use, bring riller buttercream to room temp.

Yield: 6 1/2 Cups - sufficient to cover two 10" round cakes 3" high

Storage: One week at room temp. One month refrigerated. Three months frozen.
post #22 of 45
jennab
I have always wanted to try the RBC but everyone always mentions the greasiness and that turns me off. How bad is that?
Spunkybear - I never have lemon in the house so have never used it in my fondant. I "glue" my fondant on with dabs of karo syrup out of a squirt bottle.
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post #23 of 45
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Originally Posted by toleshed

Michelle - are you Michelle Foster?
Do you have to refrigerate her fondant since it has butter and milk in it? Thats one of the things I like about Rhondas. Just store it away and no refrigeration



Nope, different Michelle/Michele. icon_smile.gif

It's kinda like buttercream, enough sugar to stabilize the milk, so I've been told, so no fridge needed.
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post #24 of 45
Well I make MMF in my kitchen aid. I pop the bowl in the microwave (make sure it won't hit the sides or it will spark) or over a pot of simmering water. Just use your dough hook instead of the paddle attachment!

For RBC I use butter flavoring or almond, never used orange or lemon.
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post #25 of 45
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Originally Posted by dandelion56602

Well I make MMF in my kitchen aid. I pop the bowl in the microwave (make sure it won't hit the sides or it will spark) or over a pot of simmering water. Just use your dough hook instead of the paddle attachment!

For RBC I use butter flavoring or almond, never used orange or lemon.



You put your metal KA bowl into the microwave?? icon_confused.gif Crazy...lol
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post #26 of 45
I love making MMF fondant since I discovered all about it here on CC. I like it on cakes but only from the fridge!

I could not wait to try it on cookies and when I did I hated it and have not tried it since.

I use RI for cookies and if you don't like really hard RI you can remedy it or if you do like it rock hard you can achieve that also.

Come to think of it now I know why I only like MMF from the fridge, the texture is more like RI that way!

But there is not much you can do with MMF texture wise and you cannot tailor it's texture to peoples tastes or packaging needs!

I might just give it one more shot on cookies to be double sure but I like the RI it's what I am most familiar with and you can flavour it with all the usual kinds of flavourings even a drop or two of oils contrary to popular belief!

I don't think any are any less labour intensive than the other, they both have to be made or bought, applied and cleaned up afterwards so it's done to preference and what you think will work best for you and your clients!
post #27 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by thedessertdiva

Quote:
Originally Posted by dandelion56602

Well I make MMF in my kitchen aid. I pop the bowl in the microwave (make sure it won't hit the sides or it will spark) or over a pot of simmering water. Just use your dough hook instead of the paddle attachment!

For RBC I use butter flavoring or almond, never used orange or lemon.



You put your metal KA bowl into the microwave?? icon_confused.gif Crazy...lol



I sure do icon_eek.gif . Yeah, I'm crazy, but I tell you what, when you've got a sink full of dishes from the day & you're looking at a few more from making something like MMf you do what you can to minimize the work load. And I don't like cleaning up gooey melted marshmallows from an extra bowl. so..... into the microwave it goes. The one time I didn't spin the bowl around to make sure it was in the clear was the time the handle knicked the side & sent a spark. Now in my mom's old microwave you couldn't put anything metal in it. I put all kinds of metal bowls in mine & accidentally stirred something & left a spoon in there--finding it after the timer went off. Sometimes I wonder where my brain disappears to.
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post #28 of 45
My family, friends and myself prefer Rolled Buttercream with a touch of orange extract in the cookie dough and RBC
post #29 of 45
If you make the RBC do you have to you lemon and orange oil? Can you use vanilla in its place? I do not have any of the flavored oils.
post #30 of 45
I prefer royal icing to fondant on cookies. Fondant to me is way too sweet for a cookie. And I guess I just like the look better. JMO.
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